An EU-funded initiative is harnessing the power of the microbiome to optimise the food production system. The project aims to match the right food additives to the correct animals – starting with salmon and chicken – for maximum output.
Cornell University food scientists have created a low-calorie butter-like spread that consists of 80% water and minuscule drops of vegetable oil and milk fat, mimicking the look and texture of dairy butter without the use of artificial stabilizers.
The risk of developing coeliac disease is connected to the amount of gluten children consume, a study has confirmed – but its authors stressed the study is observational and therefore does not prove causation.
Scottish biotech company ScotBio has developed a patent-protected method of enhancing the amount of phycocyanin, the blue pigment, produced in spirulina. The company says this innovation will make indoor grown spirulina a cost-effective option for the...